Can you Blame Weight Gain on Food Intolerance?

Weight and food intolerance

We recently wrote an article on how having a food intolerance (and not cutting the problem foods out of your diet) can have an adverse effect on your weight. Whilst weight loss comes with healthy eating and regular exercise the below illustration indicates how even eating foods that are traditionally healthy could be stopping you from losing weight if you are intolerant to them.

Our Ideal Weight Programme will provide you with a personalised list of foods and drinks, taking your intolerances into account,  that have a relatively low glycemic index (GI) (keeping you fuller for longer) which will make it easier for you to reach your Ideal Weight.

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